Downtown, South Lake Union, Belltown, Pioneer Square, Queen Anne, Magnolia, Interbay
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The City of Seattle cannot continue to just talk, study, or spend their way out of these problems. It is the taxpayers who are footing the bill.
Seattle must implement common sense solutions that will address the crises that have left thousands on Seattle’s sidewalks, streets, and parks where criminal activity continues to run rampant.
Seattle has a ‘spending’ problem, not a ‘revenue’ problem. Taxpayers deserve to know where and how their money is being spent. The answer always seems to be more money, taxes, or another study.
WE MUST ensure the needs of the general public are prioritized over ‘special interest(s)’ by conducting regular audits at every city level. Hold elected individuals and local leaders at every level personally and professionally accountable.
Seattle must elect a Leader willing to improve public safety while also re-building trust between the public and our safety providers, Seattle Fire Department and the Seattle Police Department.
This is not just a 'housing' crisis. Those on Seattle's streets also often have issues with drug addiction and mental health.
As I proposed in 2019, the City of Seattle should establish training sites for individuals displaced or unemployed in order to increase the supply of skilled workers and add high-paying jobs that meet current workforce demands.
The City of Seattle must immediately deal with the amount of waste and trash that continues to accumulate around the city and its perimeter.
We must hold our 'Elected Leaders' accountable to the 'promises' they make during campaigns, so that if or when they FAIL to deliver during their tenure, they at MINIMUM, give an explanation and say why.
All leaders of Seattle must be open to teambuilding. We must work together despite personal beliefs, bias, or differences in perception. Professional and personal accountability will guarantee this.